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Yet, it is equally difficult to recollect any other instance in the recent times when a particular incident has been so widely discussed in a unifying voice of human interest and solidarity.
Waseem, who has seen the Kingdom develop during his stay, and his wife Ayesha are leaving on Saturday for Lucknow but recollect their residency as "eventful and satisfying.
The meeting also provided the opportunity to recollect, ahead of commemoration of the April 9th events, the martyrs' sacrifices for dignity and freedom, and to express recognition and consideration to Tunisia's freedom-fighters and to their rich activist itinerary.
I cannot recollect one incident where councillors and their planning departments have accepte they could be wrong and the public right.
I don't recollect for definite, but I think I must have done.
CORRECT ME IF I'M WRONG, BUT DON'T I RECOLLECT TELLING YOU BOYS TO DO SIX-SHOOTER PM?
We need something for the single mothers with children,'' said Sister Maria Clotilde, a member of the Augustinian Recollect teaching order.
He will recollect, perhaps, that Stratford is a summer jumping course, so we are rightfully proud of our chilled soup in the summer months
Over fifty Korean women provide nonfiction surveys which recollect their experiences in Korean, from a merchant who escaped with her sisters in a rowboat under Russian gunfire to a young professional's secret wedding to a co-worker.
This record of his life and Canada's barely acknowledged revolution provides a new departure point for the pro-life movement, an opportunity to recollect and draw up new battle plans.
A former comedian and comedy writer, Stern believes CEOs need to recollect their humanity to regain respect.